Diamond Cuts

Maida dough is rolled out and cut in diamond shape for deep frying. Very tasty evening snack.

Diamond Cuts

Maida dough is rolled out and cut in diamond shape for deep frying. Very tasty evening snack.

Category : Snacks, Egg-tarian

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By Sobha Kesavan

Published On: 01 Aug 2013

Rating: 4
7 Votes, 1 Reviews
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30 Minutes
Served : 4
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Step 1 Diamond Cuts Recipe

Step 1

For preparing diamond cuts, first prepare a dough with the ingredients, maida, beaten egg, salt, red chilly powder and cumin seeds. Set aside this dough for 10-15 minutes.

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Step 2 Diamond Cuts Recipe

Step 2

Divide the dough into equal portions, roughly the size of a normal orange. Roll it between your palms, applying a gentle pressure, till the balls are smooth and without cracks. Make such balls as many as you can with the dough.3)Then spread the balls in any shape because we have to cut them into small pieces. If required, lightly coat the maida powder on both sides to prevent the dough from sticking as you roll out.

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Step 3 Diamond Cuts Recipe

Step 3

Cut the spread dough in diamond shape and keep it separately.

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Step 4 Diamond Cuts Recipe

Step 4

Boil oil in a fry pan and then put the cut pieces of the dough into it and allow to cook it well.

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Step 5 Diamond Cuts Recipe

Step 5

When the layers turn into golden colour, take it out from the fry pan and keep it in an air tight tin.This snack can be served as evening snack.

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Yummy

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latha

Easy to make, tasty and crispy..

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